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The City Attorney Position The City Attorney position supervises a staff of 15 employees in the Legal department, which consists of three divisions: Civil, Prosecution, and the City Clerk's office. The City Attorney's Office represents the City in its dayto-day operations and provides legal advice to the Mayor, City Council, Administration, and boards and commissions that make up the municipal government of the City of Auburn
The Ideal Candidate The successful candidate will have outstanding verbal and written communication skills. The position requires an individual who also possesses a willingness to identify problems and demonstrates the flexibility to address changes in the law in a timely and effective manner. The successful candidate must display a confident personal image and level of sophistication that will allow him/her to effectively serve in a variety of social and political settings. The new City Attorney will possess a balance of assertiveness and diplomacy, be a good listener, fair-minded, and be willing to discuss various matters candidly. This position requires a person capable of operating with significant independence and initiative, while being adept at innovative problem-solving. This is a position of public trust; personal integrity and ethics must be beyond reproach.